Why do I do this job?

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I think it’s a question that’s asked of many in any line of work; for some it’s money, for some it’s a passion, for others it’s a belief in doing the right thing, for me it’s a combination.

I did my own first aid training at the age of 6 as it was a necessary part of me growing up with family that had disabilities and were at times in need of those skills. So, for me I have a true belief that every child should have the knowledge to save a life.

St John Ambulance are the very reason I am still alive today.  I never thought I’d be in need of first aid but nothing brings your life into more focus than nearly losing it. At the age of 22 I had the idea of getting fit and decided bike riding was the way to go, I lived in beautiful coastal North Wales so scenic routes to work and getting fit bonus. But, one serendipitous morning in April my life nearly came to an abrupt halt when my heart decided well for want of a better expression it didn’t like me very much. I count my stars everyday that those lads drove out of the depot early that day because it they hadn’t I would not be here today. If it wasn’t for the training St John provides in the workplace the man that saved my life would not have been able to do so, the St John paramedic that took me to hospital much to my disgruntled displeasure as I wanted to go to work would not have been called and the last 10 years of my life would not have happened.

For the last 2 years I’ve been a fundraiser and developed into a team leader. I’ve put my skills to use in life changing situations. I’ve provided training to others and I’d like to think I’ve saved lives. Yes I’ve raised money for an amazing charity but for several reasons: 1) It’s the right thing to do. 2) I truly believe in the cause and what we accomplish on a daily basis and 3) probably most importantly for me, without people like us St John would not be able to continue to save lives.

So why do I do this Job?  Because I’m a product of the skills, determination and necessity that is First Aid.

Everyone has a reason for things they do in life and what they let influence their paths in life. What will your legacy be?

Article by: Gill Murnane – Wesser St John Cymru Wales – Team Leader